Friday, October 1, 2010

Reflections - of me

Often the photographer is caught in an image where mirrors are in the field of view. For these shots I purposely included my reflection. The first two were taken during my walk through Ballston and the third is our van reflecting some of the neighborhood. Do you recognize this yellow device with the reflective center?



Weekend Reflections is hosted by James of Newtown Area Photo.

12 comments:

Sylvia K said...

How fun! So glad I stayed up long enough to find your post this evening! Great one for Reflections! I finally got some fairly interesting ones for the week and will post them in the morning. Always fun isn't it, Lew?

Have a great weekend!

Sylvia

Nefertiti said...

j aime bcp la deuxieme ;O)

bon w end !

Tricia said...

Getting shots all over the place & catching yourself doing it, too! LoL!

Malyss said...

You're your own muse! :)
Funny serie of good self-portraits!

jabblog said...

Clever reflections - I like the second one particularly.

Carletta said...

The first looks like someone has taken your photo. :)
I love the second one with the sky behind you.
Nice work Lew!

RuneE said...

Nice ways to take self-portraits. I especially liked the second one :-)

James said...

These are great! I keep going back and forth trying to figure out which one I like best. The middle one reminds me of a self portrait reflection photo that I took a few months ago. I totally forgot about it.

eileeninmd said...

Lew, it looks like you are having fun there. Great photos and Have a great weekend!

'Tsuki said...

Ainsi l'on vous découvre sous toutes vos coutures...

Great idea and good shots... My favourite is the second one : I like this mirror effect.

Genie -- Paris and Beyond said...

Nice series of self-portrait reflections. My favorite is the yellow box for the color and the distortion.

boots_davis said...

B-24 is the only flying J model, but the CAF actually flys a much earlier D model. And while the P-51 may be the only dual control B model, there are a number of D model duals out there.

Great photos though.